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Corsair Launches Hydro H100i Pro

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jul 12, 2018 at 7:06 PM.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    The CORSAIR Hydro Series H100i PRO is an all-in-one RGB liquid CPU cooler with a 240mm radiator built for low-noise cooling performance and bold styling with an RGB LED pump head. If you look closely ...

    Corsair Launches Hydro H100i Pro
     
  2. shalafi

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    Meh, 400 RPM on those maglevs is dead-silent anyway, zero-RPM is just for marketing. The pump will probably make more noise at those speeds.
     
  3. fry178

    fry178 Master Guru

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    silent? might have been one of the first batch, but they're were clicking away like stupid, even had corsair send me a new one, thinking it had to be defective (seeing its supposed to be silent).

    i know im picky when it comes to noise (dont want to hear anything from my rig at low load/idle),
    as its on my desk, but others arent clicking at the same voltage,
    and even push more air (noiseblocker/noctua) and/or can be had cheaper (actic silent).


    just a joke, seeing that adding rgb and having a fan profile that goes down to zero V/rpm (at low temps).
    is all it take to name something pro nowadays...

    i remember the days when (my) asus board would cut power to case fans based on temps,
    while now even in manual mode, the minimum limit is around 40-60%, not zero.

    almost everything is used on a "on demand" basis (ac/heat/lights/power), so why not allow for all fans to stops maybe except for
    one rear/top exhaust fan when (load and) temps are low...
     
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  4. V3RT3X79

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    zero noise / zero rpm and zero warranty if your overclocked cpu overheat and burn too :D
     

  5. fry178

    fry178 Master Guru

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    except the complete opposite (for the last one).
    corsair covers ANY component that gets damaged, when their aio fails...
     
  6. cowie

    cowie Ancient Guru

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    I don't know if it was fri13th or what but my water 2.0 pimp kicked the buckert but no leaks the pump must have died was maybe 2 years 4 months.
    my corsair h100 took out my board but not the chip when it leaked but was a few years ago.
    that said I like them I have over 10 aio's of different brands hell i put a h100(not too bad on the grind) I had as back up.i love these things so nice to just put the radiator in a bucket of ice and see what she do.block ice is better fill a few plastic containers the size of the rad 4 inches thick
    a couple of shop towels around the socket/gpu area coolant lines and walla like a cheap ass water chiller
    does wonders over clocking for short periods of time unless you take more prep for moisture, but thats too ghetto to run more then 2 hours

    you can have some geeky fun running apps that test that sorta thing

    I gotta get a new one and just checking prices at bestbuy $140 for the h100i duel.
     
  7. fry178

    fry178 Master Guru

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    look at the arctic for lower price, or alphacool for quality (non asetek design incl pump)
     

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